Margherita Morgantin is a visual artist. She studied architecture at the I.U.A.V., primarily studying methods of forecasting natural light. She has participated in contemporary art exhibitions in Italy and all around the world, in museums, and public and private institutions.
She has also collaborated with many artists and choreographers. She’s part of the philosophical feminine collective ‘Diotima’. Margherita Morgantin’s works come in many diverse forms from drawing to performance, touching on language, philosophy, mathematics and visual culture. Contact and living in harmony, and observation and imagination are some of the dichotomies which pepper her work. Her artistic research begins with observation and the interpretation of familiar situations and ends with her works being able to inspire a dream-like imagination in the viewer. The concept of time in the artist's works is transformative, becoming an almost muffled descriptive dimension of the moods that the viewer is able to perceive, experiencing them, in her works.
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